3 edition of James Ferguson, a Bytown pioneer, 1760-1830 found in the catalog.
James Ferguson, a Bytown pioneer, 1760-1830
Doris Grierson Hope
by Historical Society of Ottawa = Société historique d"Ottawa in Ottawa, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||written by Doris Grierson Hope.|
|Series||Bytown pamphlet series -- no. #54|
|Contributions||Historical Society of Ottawa.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
Robert Land and his family were among the early settlers in the Head of the Lake (Hamilton) area. This article on the Land Family is also adapted from Issue #1 - of Wentworth Bygones. Excerpts from the book Lunenburgh, or the Old Eastern District, by J. F. Pringle, Judge County Court, and published in Cornwall in One stop shopping! I LOVE IT. The Glengarry Pioneer Museum on the southeast corner of Hwy #30 and Hwy #24 and on the opposite corner the Kenton Presbyterian Church and cemetery. The Glengarry Pioneer Museum and Village is a wonderful treat. There is .
Ferguson family history: Harrison Ferguson, , Nancy Ann Lovell, [Ralph Waterman] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Ralph Waterman. Cornwall, Ontario, is home to the Cornwall Public Library and the Cornwall Room. The library is on the northwest corner of 2nd St. and Sydney St. It is a very large building and not to hard to spot. If you enter from the front you have to walk this very long hallway to get to the main.
Founder of the Sisters of Charity of Bytown, the city's first hospital, and the first bilingual school in Ontario Nathan Burgoine: Writer Thomas Burrowes: Artist, noted for artworks he created while serving as a surveyor and overseer during the construction of the Rideau Canal Tom Butler: Actor John By: Indiana Territorial Pioneer Records [Charles M. Franklin] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Clark County, Dearborn County, Gibson County, Harrison County, Jefferson County, Knox County, Randolph CountyAuthor: Charles M. Franklin.
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People Projects Discussions Surnames. The story of the pioneering life of James a Bytown pioneer Fanny Ferguson is one of opportunism, determination, sacrifice and accomplishment. The Fergusons were an Irish immigrant family from Ottawa (Bytown) with two young children who, in the summer ofdecided to join the wave of adventuresome homesteaders eager to take advantage of the opportunity to buy their own land at an.
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James Ferguson was born circaat birth place, to James Ferguson and Elizabeth Ferguson. James had 4 siblings: Margaret Ira Ferguson and 3 other siblings. James lived on. William Ferguson 20 Apr Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland. James Ferguson 04 Feb Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland - David Ferguson 04 Nov Southend, Argyll, Scotland - 25 Feb Hugh Ferguson 15 Mar Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland - abt Hugh Ferguson 03 Oct Campbeltown, Argyll, Scotland.
James Anglican Church in Franktown was built in It is one of the earliest stone churches built in the Ottawa area and is still in good condition.
Franktown is. Linotype Operators, Ottawa Free Press, Photo Source: Ottawa: An Illustrated History, by John H. Taylor,page You can also search the digital archives of the Ottawa Citizen from about onwards.
Thanks to James Ferguson for the following transcriptions from the Ottawa Times in the 's. This was originally posted to the Carleton County Rootsweb List. Emigration from County Wicklow, Ireland to Canada during the Great Famine Here is a book called "Surplus People" by Jim Rees.
This book is the main academic work for studying the famine exodus from County Wicklow, Ireland to Canada during the Irish famine period, Charles James Rowan (father Patrick) was born in Sligo, Ireland, and died on March 5, at the age of He married Mary Ann Farrell in Her birthdate was about in King's County, Ireland and she died Ma Charles James Rowan came to Bytown in He kept a hotel at 56 Rideau Street for many years and later opened.
First Nations History in the Ottawa Area Since Time Immemorial: "Our Story", by Stephen McGregor, The Story of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinàbeg, Kitigan Zibi Education Council,ISBNResearch Team: Sandra Diabo Decontie and James Odjick, is an amazing book describing the history of the Algonquin Nation in the Ottawa River Valley and it's watershed, mainly in.
Full text of "The pioneer pastor, some reminiscences of the life and labors of the Rev. Geo Buchanan, M.D., first Presbyterian minister of Beckwith, Lanark County, Upper Canada" See other formats. Serré, Robert. Pioneer families of New Edinburgh (Gloucester Township), volume one: Ottawa, Gloucester Historical Society,55 pages.
BOOK. Serré, Robert. Pioneer families of Rockcliffe Annex and Manor Park in Gloucester Township. Ottawa, Gloucester Historical Society,36 pages. BOOK. "The future of historic Gatineau's (Hull) St. James Cemetery, the final resting place for Philemon Wright, founder of Hull, and Ottawa pioneer Nicholas Sparks, will be discussed at a special meeting on Oct.
4, It will be held at St. James Church, which has been associated with the running of the cemetery along with the Presbyterian Church. On financial matters in the s, see E. James Ferguson, The Power of the Purse: A History of Public Finance, – (); and Edwin J. Perkins, American Public Finance and Financial Services, – ().
Adams, Peter. Early loggers and the sawmill. Toronto, Crabtree Publishing Company,64 pages. LIVRE Aitchison, J.H., “The courts of requests in Upper Canada” dans Historical essays on Upper Canada, sous la direction de J.K. Johnson. Toronto, McClelland and Stewart Limited,pages CHAPITRE DE LIVRE Allaire, J.-B.-A.
Dictionnaire biographique du clergé canadien-français. Genealogy for James Henry Ferguson ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. James Ferguson in United States Federal Census James Ferguson in United States Federal Census.
James. James Ferguson, Lord Pitfour ( – 25 June ) was a Scottish advocate and second Laird of Pitfour, a large estate in flourishing law practice was sited opposite Parliament House in Edinburgh. He became Dean of the Faculty of Advocates in and was elevated to the bench as Lord Pitfour, in Pitfour was described as one of the greatest lawyers in the :Pitfour, Aberdeenshire, Scotland.
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Historic Lanark County Documents from the Perth Courier. Received from: Christine Spencer James Ferguson was the first teacher. His classes averaged about 25 students. Mrs. Badour, an Ottawa school teacher, keeps notes on the town. Ferguson’s Falls is a pioneer village with a proud history.
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James Ferguson (1st Laird of Pitfour) (–). James Ferguson + SC-AL-TX By Helen Austin Febru at Searching colonial records of Fairfield Dist, SC for the parents of: James FERGUSON (or other spelling) b ca and wife, Mahala Morris b both in Fairfield Dist, SC.
The other option is a book compiled by Elaine Brown in March of that includes the cemetery inscriptions and burial records of the St. Alphonsus of Ligouri Church in Chapeau, Allumette Island, Pontiac Co., Quebec. She used the 4 FHL microfilms listed above as her sources and added the cemetery records.